Scaffolding in a sub-directory on Rails 2.x

Hi, I’m trying to make an app using rails 2.x, but when I try to
generate scaffold it messes up with several errors. For example, I
want to make an scaffold this way, localhost:3000/admin/publisher, but
I don’t know how I can generate it;

I was trying to generate it by ./script/generate scaffold ‘admin/
publisher’ name:string, but I doesn’t work… It gave me an error
that tells me publishers database doesn’t exists!!!

Can anyone help me into this thing…??? How am I supposed to make it
work???

Thanks in advance!

Christian

Hi
you can do like
./script/generate scaffold Admin::Publisher

Here the model be namespaced And if you need only controllers and 

view you can do it seperately

./script/generate controller Admin::Publisher
./script/generate model Publisher

 And edit routes.rb

map.namespace(:admin) do |admin|
map.resources :publishers
end

Sijo

Thanks Sijo, I followed your instructions but there’s another error I
got
Routing Error

No route matches “/admin/publisher” with {:method=>:get}

Do you know a way to get rid of it…??

Thanks

2009/8/7 Sijo Kg [email protected]

Hi

Not only doing the above solves all…You have to edit a lot of
places. Rather than I explain all these and grab a lot more spaces here
you better read this
Read section Namespaced Routes in

Sijo

Sijo Kg wrote:

Hi

Not only doing the above solves all…You have to edit a lot of
places. Rather than I explain all these and grab a lot more spaces here
you better read this
Read section Namespaced Routes in

http://www.akitaonrails.com/2007/12/12/rolling-with-rails-2-0-the-first-full-tutorial

Sijo

There is a totally superb blog on this that I use all the time
http://icebergist.com/posts/restful-admin-namespaced-controller-using-scaffolding
Clear, concise and it works!

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